The exhibition space is made out of a timber construction on site. Through experience we know that this takes 2-3 days to build out of sheets and beams.
Insulation is seen both metaphorically and practically as a big jacket that is mounted on the outside of the containers made of Isover+, which is also used for energy renovation. Thereby we achieve the needed level of insulation as well as securing a flat surface for mounting façade elements.
The façade is made of wooden frames that follow the format of the containers. The frames are made out of 45×125 mm waterproofed battens. About 1038 metres of material are needed for this, at a price of approx. 16.000 DKK. The frames allow different façade materials to be attached.
The create an economical and functional façade that can be fitted, reconfigured and dismantled easily, it will be made of light materials with varying functions. The insulated façade will be finished with a hydrophobic diffusion-permitting membrane.
THE LIGHT FACADE
White textile is stretched out over the frame, which can also be used for projecting video onto. The material is wind and weather-proof and can be recycled.
THE TRANSLUCENT FACADE
White nylon net is used for semi-transparent facades where there are window behind.
THE VENTILATED TRANSPARENT FACADE
ETFE is made from recycled polystyrene and can be used to create a cheap double façade that ensures that south-facing windows don’t cause overheating indoors. The material is cost-effective and can reduce the need for triple-glazing.
THE GREEN FACADE
The green façade is made up of wire or net that is mounted in a frame. The bottom part of the frame can be used as a flowerbed that creates a living, green façade.
Can be fitted into the frames as well with a distance of 500 mm to the façade. This makes fitting and maintenance easier. 40 m2 of solar cells on the pavilion would be able to produce approx. 5000 kWh – roughly the consumption of an average family. Fitting and disassembly is achieved by unscrewing the frames from the insulated containers and moving these to another site.